There is nothing greater than stuffing your face with everything and anything for 40 bucks. I mean, that is what Vegas is all about right? Prime rib here, some macaroni here, sushi and sashimi here. Anything you want, you got it. I know everyone has their favorite buffet at Las Vegas. Some are die hard Bellagio Buffet fans, and some go for the biggest one which is at Rio. Though the Wynn buffet isn’t my most favorite, it is the nicest.
The decor here is really nice. The main dining area is actually really attractive, with bright sunlight coming in and exotic looking trees and plants. The fun stops there, because once you enter the external dining area, it is just plain and normal. Though they do kind of trick you, the main kitchen area is really bright and inviting.
The food was just average — I mean, it’s a buffet. Never have I went to a buffet and said to myself, “Wow, this is the best _____ I ever had.” Some may have come close, but never the best. My favorites here were the squash risoto, strawberry and banana creme fraiche, and the desserts. I was sad to find out that they did not serve crab legs for brunch. I usually make my money’s worth with crab legs, but this time, I felt I came out on bottom.
Of all the buffets in Vegas, Wynn has the best dessert selection — of course second to Wicked Spoon. My favorites were the tiny colored cups of gelato and cakes. One of the best of the desserts were the cupcakes. They were so simple and so small, but the cupcakes were so delicious. I don’t know if it was the sweet frosting or the edible glitter, but these cupcakes were amazing.
Vegas wouldn’t be Vegas without a day of face stuffing. Gluttony is the reason they call Vegas Sin City, right? The Buffet at Wynn has a good selection of food, and the inside is inviting. Just remember, if you want your money’s worth, go for dinner. And eat extra crab legs for my sake.